Structural Concrete Competition 2020: Awards
The winning entry from each university will receive a prize of £250. The winning entry will go forward to compete at national level.
The winner(s) of the national competition will receive a certificate(s) and a prize of £1,250. Runner(s) up will also receive a certificate(s) and a prize of £750. The judges may decide on joint prizes in which case the above prize money will be divided up by the judging panel at its discretion.
A special commendation, certificate and prize of £250 will be available for the best Sustainability Report. The prize-winners’ universities will also receive certificates.
The prizes and certificates will be presented to the winner(s), runner(s) up and winner(s) of the special commendation at an awards ceremony in September 2020 in London. This will be part of a seminar for practising engineers who will be able to review the winning entries. The prize-winners will be notified of further details.
Structural Concrete 2020 is open only to students studying for a degree at a UK university. Entries can be single, joint, or from teams of up to four students. Although the competition is aimed at students in their final years of study, entries from any other appropriate undergraduate and/or postgraduate stages will also be considered at the discretion of the academic tutor(s).
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